Portland singer-songwriter JM Long lit up the PRP Talk Board in his recent Drop-in session here at PRP. He’s recently released some new music he describes as “a unique indie-pop cocktail in the vain of Glass Animals, the XX and … Continue Reading
A few months before putting out their Heartbeat EP, My Brothers And I stopped by the show to chat about the new album and preview music off of the upcoming release. During the broadcast I spoke with the band … Continue Reading
The day before releasing her “I Am Because I AM” EP, Kingsley dropped by the studio to talk to us about the new project. During the broadcast she gave us an inside look behind the making of the … Continue Reading
All-in-all it was a provocative year for music.
At PRP we had delicious new genre-twisting music from twenty one pilots…impressive pop splendor from Shawn Mendes, plus boldly beautiful alt-rock from England’s The 1975. Ray Lamontagne gifted fans with exceptional folk-rock … Continue Reading
Bridgeliner, the cool new Portland email newsletter, has received more than 110 nominations for best band to play at the PRP Holiday Kickoff/Fundraiser December 8 – and they’ve winnowed the fabulous field of entrants to five finalists.
Learn … Continue Reading
Kickoff your holiday with friends, fun, food and music! In partnership with Bridgeliner and Pythian Studios, PRP presents three local bands, delicious snacks, cool swag – your chance to toast the holiday season and support local artists: PRP Holiday … Continue Reading
We here at Portland Radio Project take a lot of pride in making sure our listeners always know about the latest and greatest happenings in the local music scene. Thankfully we had the opportunity to introduce to you local band … Continue Reading
There’s something about this town that absolutely loves the strange and unique things in life. “Keep Portland Weird” has become somewhat of a mantra that Portlanders hold dear to their hearts. While Hozier doesn’t exactly fit the bill as weird … Continue Reading
With summer fading into the rear-view mirror and winter fast approaching, keeping a stack of good music on-hand seems like a wise plan.
One consistently creative band whose music should be in your library?
decker. brought his desert-inspired psychedelic folk to PRP for a moving and inspirational drop-in session. He spent a week in Portland for a residency at Al’s Den. His latest album “Born to Wake Up” is a departure from his past … Continue Reading
Once in a blue moon a new song comes along that stops you in your tracks. Such was the case last week when we stumbled upon Color Palette’s new “Sunburn” single on Twitter.
It’s one of two tracks the Washington … Continue Reading
We love to spotlight local artists on Portland Radio Project…it’s what we do! And to have the opportunity to feature local alternative rockers The Shrike…well…what an honor!
In the midst of their latest tour, members of The Shrike stopped … Continue Reading
If you’re looking for a fun band and some nightlife in the very near future, Portland’s own indie-rock partygoers The Quags are playing at Hawthorne Hideaway this coming Friday, October 19.
Lead singer Dennis Mitchell (Brementown Musicians, Crack City Rockers) … Continue Reading
The guy that used to sing and play bass with The Beatles?
Yup, that’s the one. His newest “Egypt Station” release has truly been delighting fans and critics. It’s simple to see why.
His first studio … Continue Reading
If balm for the soul is what you’re seeking in music this month, lend an ear to Mutual Benefit’s new “Thunder Follows the Light” release. An impressive collection of folk-rock dreamscapes, we think you’ll love the subtle positivity … Continue Reading
Alt-indie rockers and Grammy award nominees Death Cab for Cutie played a solid nearly two hour setlist at Eugene’s Hult Center for the Performing Arts Monday night.
Touring to promote their new album “Thank You for Today,” the band opened … Continue Reading
Portland’s own Metts, Ryan and Collins stopped by the Portland Radio Project studio for another fabulous local artist drop-in session – and we couldn’t have been more grateful.
Geoff Metts, Dain Ryan and Mike Collins, all fixtures in the Portland … Continue Reading
Please enjoy the show!
In the mood for new music that’s restorative and refreshing? “Almost,” the new release from Indie-pop The Ophelias, might just tickle your earbuds.
From Cincinnati, the band formed in high school and were signed by Joyful Noise Recordings. “Almost” … Continue Reading
The upcoming change of seasons makes a nice time to take stock of one’s music library. Which artists continue to sustain us, delivering soul-satisfying nourishment? Which need to fall by the wayside?
If you’re looking for music that grounds, supports … Continue Reading